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## Calculate count of values

Good afternoon,
please help me to write a formula on DAX or solve a problem using Power Query.
I have a table with two columns, CLIENT and FUND (table below).

One client can participate in several funds.

I need to calculate two measures:
1. Count of clients who participate ONLY in the "IRF" fund and not in any other funds.
2. Count of clients who participate ONLY in "IRF" or "DYN" funds.
Thank you in advance.

Regards

 CLIENT FUND 1000004 IRF 1000004 DYN 1000010 IRF 1000010 MON 1000015 IRF 1000015 Other 1000015 MON 1000018 IRF 1000018 Other 1000018 MON 1000034 IRF 1000034 Other 1000065 IRF 1000065 DYN 1000072 IRF 1000084 IRF 1000084 Other 1000084 MON 1000170 IRF 1000170 MON 1000253 IRF 1000253 DYN 1000261 IRF 1000559 IRF 1000559 DYN 1000559 Other

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@dgolovanova Try these measures, both return a 1 when the condition is met and 0 otherwise. You can use these as filters on your table or visual. PBIX is attached below signature:

``````Measure IRF Only =
VAR __Fund = "IRF"
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE( 'Table', [CLIENT], "__Count", COUNTROWS('Table'), "__Funds", CONCATENATEX('Table', [FUND], "|" ) )
VAR __Result = IF( MAXX( __Table, [__Count]) = 1 && PATHCONTAINS(MAXX( __Table, [__Funds]), __Fund), 1, 0)
RETURN
__Result

Measure IRF and DYN Only =
VAR __Funds = { "IRF", "DYN" }
VAR __BadFunds = DISTINCT(SELECTCOLUMNS(FILTER('Table', NOT( [FUND] IN __Funds ) ), "__Fund", [FUND] ) )
VAR __BadClient = COUNTROWS( SELECTCOLUMNS( FILTER( 'Table', [FUND] IN __BadFunds), "__Client", [CLIENT] ) )
VAR __Result = IF( __BadClient > 0, 0, 1)
RETURN
__Result``````

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Thank you so much for your quick response and help.
Everything works!
All the best 😉

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@dgolovanova Try these measures, both return a 1 when the condition is met and 0 otherwise. You can use these as filters on your table or visual. PBIX is attached below signature:

``````Measure IRF Only =
VAR __Fund = "IRF"
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE( 'Table', [CLIENT], "__Count", COUNTROWS('Table'), "__Funds", CONCATENATEX('Table', [FUND], "|" ) )
VAR __Result = IF( MAXX( __Table, [__Count]) = 1 && PATHCONTAINS(MAXX( __Table, [__Funds]), __Fund), 1, 0)
RETURN
__Result

Measure IRF and DYN Only =
VAR __Funds = { "IRF", "DYN" }
VAR __BadFunds = DISTINCT(SELECTCOLUMNS(FILTER('Table', NOT( [FUND] IN __Funds ) ), "__Fund", [FUND] ) )
VAR __BadClient = COUNTROWS( SELECTCOLUMNS( FILTER( 'Table', [FUND] IN __BadFunds), "__Client", [CLIENT] ) )
VAR __Result = IF( __BadClient > 0, 0, 1)
RETURN
__Result``````

@ me in replies or I'll lose your thread!!!
Instead of a Kudo, please vote for this idea
Become an expert!: Enterprise DNA
External Tools: MSHGQM
YouTube Channel!: Microsoft Hates Greg
Latest book!:
The Definitive Guide to Power Query (M)

DAX is easy, CALCULATE makes DAX hard...
Frequent Visitor

Thank you so much for your quick response and help.
Everything works!
All the best 😉

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